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"The Immigrant"

(Nov. 19, 20 & 23) — Marion Cotillard has one of her greatest roles as an immigrant in a c. 1921 New York City that’s full of lures and snares, including Joaquin Phoenix and Jeremy Renner. Click for trailer.

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"The Immigrant"

(Nov. 19, 20 & 23) — Marion Cotillard has one of her greatest roles as an immigrant in a c. 1921 New York City that’s full of lures and snares, including Joaquin Phoenix and Jeremy Renner. Click for trailer.

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Michael Douglas And Alan Arkin Mine Aging For Laughs In Chuck Lorre’s Latest, ‘The Kominsky Method’

(JTA) — “The Kominsky Method” is the wisest and saddest new comedy on television. That might be its biggest problem.

"The Immigrant"

(Nov. 19, 20 & 23) — Marion Cotillard has one of her greatest roles as an immigrant in a c. 1921 New York City that’s full of lures and snares, including Joaquin Phoenix and Jeremy Renner. Click for trailer.

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"The Big Lebowski"

(Nov. 22-25) — The Coen Brother’s unstoppable cult classic, which famously gave new meaning to "shomer Shabbos" and has inspired countless bowling parties and drinking games. Click for trailer.

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"Sobibór, October 14, 1943, 4 p.m."

(Nov. 9-20) — Claude Lanzmann's ("Shoah") doc about Yehuda Lerner, who escaped from multiple concentration camps. "Nothing Hollywood might devise could be as nerve-rackingly suspenseful" — The New York Times.

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"The World Before Your Feet"

(Nov. 21-29) — A doc about Matt Green's mission to walk every street of New York City. Filmmaker Jeremy Workman and executive producer Jesse Eisenberg appear at select opening week screenings. Click for trailer.

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"Tsahal"

(1994)— Claude Lanzmann questions the state of the nation of Israel as it approaches its half-century mark, focusing on military men past and present to discuss what he refers to as “46 years of perpetual alarm.”

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"Sobibór, October 14, 1943, 4 p.m."

(Nov. 9-20) — Claude Lanzmann's ("Shoah") doc about Yehuda Lerner, who escaped from multiple concentration camps. "Nothing Hollywood might devise could be as nerve-rackingly suspenseful" — The New York Times.

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"Last Stop Coney Island: The Life and Photography of Harold Feinstein"— WORLD PREMIERE

(Nov. 14 & 15) — In lush black-and-white 35mm film, Feinstein, a stellar yet under-recognized photographer, captured the beauty, joy and diversity of New Yorkers — especially New Yorkers at play. Click for film trailer.

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